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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Various - Black Cat Trail


Track listing says it all:
Elmore James - Hawaiian Blues Big Boy Spires - Murmur Low Johnny Howard - Vacation Blues Slim Pickens - Bad Woman Blues Robert Nighthawk - Crying Won't Help You Grace Brim - Strange Man Willie Lane - Black Cat Rag Otis Hinton - Walking Down Hill Snooky Pryor - Boogie Twist Black Diamond - T. P. Railer Chicago Sunny Boy - Western Union Man Baby Face Leroy - Pet Rabbit Rev. Utah Smith - God's Mighty Hand Country Paul - Black Cat Trail


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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

thank you

IHateThe90s said...

Very nice, thanks!

Anonymous said...

As always, many thanks for sharing!!
dcat, in the cornpatch... :-)

Ansina said...

Wow! I hve this LP and I have been searching for a good digital version - Thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

Look this completly new for 20 Euro on Net
at "Ric-Vintage-Records-Shop"

R. "Ask Me I Know" D. :-))

Xyros said...

Thank you anonymous for the link to Ric-Vintage Records. Not only do they have "Black Cat Trail"at a reasonable price but they also have "Live At Peppers Lounge Vol. 1" which I've been looking for.

blue_sammy22 said...

who in their right mind would charge 200 dollars for a record that can be bought at 20, brand spanking new? Boy, talk about not doing your homework :P

Thanks Xyros! Gonna enjoy this one :)

Subtle hint: we want pepper's lounge part 1! :P

boogieman said...

Thanks Xyros, that's how I like them blues, real down-home and dirty.
Cheers

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Ansina said...

A great album indeed. The LP was very important for me in its days and I've been enjoying my digital copy for some years. Get it if you can.